Shooting for my friends at RaceRhodeIsland.net, I had a little panning practice at Stedman’s Bike Shop’s weekly time-trial on Monday. The race is at 630pm and the light was fading badly so I raised the ISO to 800 to achieve f/8. While panning at 1/60th second I like too have a decent depth-of-field to get as much of the bike/ride in focus while achieving motion blur. There is nothing wrong with shooting wide open at f/2.8 but for the type of shot that I desired the higher f/stop number the better.

If you would like to see all shots from this shoot, you can do so here…http://racerhodeisland.net/photos/stedmans-time-trial-81516/

The Technical Stuff

Body:  Canon EOS 1D

Lens:  EF 70mm – 200mm f/2.8

Exposure: ISO800 at 1/60th @ f/8

 

 

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A full-service photographer, George Ross specializes in wedding photography, product photography, website photography, sports and portrait photography. Located in Richmond, Rhode Island, George travels and shoots wherever his clients need him. Call 401.284.6106

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